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This year, three Cranston West students, Jordan Simpson, Emma Hanley and Ava Santamaria, created the team "e;Team Bad to the Bone Marrow"e; to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, joining up with 13 Rhode Island high school teams to raise a more
Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo's leadership in the fight against COVID-19 got national exposure via a story in Politico Magazine last week: "e;How the Smallest State Engineered a Big Covid Comeback."e; The story by veteran reporter Michael Grunwald pointed more
DOMESTIC CHARGES On July 7 at 5:22 p.m., police arrested Ashley Valenti, 21, 20 Bonaparte St., Apt. 3, North Providence, on a charge of domestic simple assault and battery. On July 9 at 8:21 a.m., police arrested Sean Thibault, 38, 368 Point Ave., more
By ALEX SPONSELLER Cranston West junior Max Marchetti recently committed to playing college baseball for Division I Bryant University. The southpaw hurler made his decision early in the process, stating the school's academics and his familiarity with the more
By MERI R. KENNEDY RI Dream Center seeking donations of water The Rhode Island Dream Center is collecting cases of bottled water to give to people experiencing homelessness. The center's food truck is headed back out on the streets to serve food and more
By HERALD STAFF The Cranston Public Library entered the third phase of its reopening plan on Monday, with a return to normal operating hours at the Central Library and expanded Thursday hours at the Auburn branch. Stacks have been reopened for browsing, more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Just two of the six ward seats on the City Council will be contested this fall after declared Republican candidates in wards 1 and 3 failed to submit the required number of signatures to qualify for ballot placement. Ward 1 more
By DANIEL KITTREDGE Cranston students would split their time between classroom instruction and doing work at home under a school reopening plan unveiled during a meeting of the School Committee on Monday. All students and staff would be required to wear more
He points to performance artist and perennial candidate Vermin Supreme as an inspiration, and he acknowledges not everyone will appreciate, or be in on, the joke. But he says he is serious about shaking things up in City Hall. more
Donors came with their trunks full of non-perishable food items during the Pop the Trunk Food Collection at Woodridge Congregational United Church of Christ on June 28. Donations will go directly to the more
Cranston resident Lucio Mancini, 82, has enjoyed gardening since 1972, when he bought his home in the Woodridge neighborhood. Today, he said he has more than 500 vegetable plants including cucumbers, scallions, tomatoes, more
For many Rhode Island students, the end of the year was full of lost chances and broken traditions. In hopes of making her son's fifth-grade graduation special, Monica Mays wanted to continue the tradition of giving a class gift to more
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